She feels distressed about Tybalt’s death but cannot charge her husband, Romeo, as a murder. She is torn between Tybalt’s death and Romeo’s banishment but decides for Romeo. Romeo turns to Friar Lawrence and claims that being banished from Verona is far worse than being death. When Juliet’s nurse arrives and tells about Juliet’s sorrow, Romeo feels guilty and wants to commit suicide but Friar Lawrence stops him. Romeo and Juliet should be given their wedding night however as soon as dawn is creeping its way Romeo should leave for Mantua.
First, she married Romeo which was a big mistake. She knows well the feud happening between their families, but continues the relationship with Romeo even though it will upset her family. “ Come, come with me, and we will make short work; For, by your leaves, you shall not stay alone Till Holy Church incorporate two in one.”( Act 2. Scene 6. Lines 35-37).
The also foreshadow scenes to come since "gall" means something extremely bitter, poison. In this play, young Juliet is set out by her family to marry Paris. Juliet is highly against this and tells her mother, "O, sweet my mother, cast me not away! Delay this marriage for a month; a week or, if you do not, make the bridal bed in that dim moment where Tybalt lies." Juliet uses the reference "where Tybalt lies" as foreshadowing and intentions to hurt her mother.
He tells him all about Juliet and how the two are to get married. Friar Laurence believes that Romeo is acting hastily, because only last night he had been heartbroken by Rosaline. Despite his thoughts, Friar Laurence agrees to marry the two teens in hope that the feud between the Montagues and the Capulets will end. “ So smile the heavens…” (Act 2, Scene 6, Line 1) When Friar Laurence married Romeo and Juliet he did not know that later, because of certain actions in the play the two young kids being married is part of the reason they
Another example of Juliet’s egocentric personality is when she threatens Friar Lawrence to help her escape her marriage with Paris. During that scene, Juliet never visualizes Friar Lawrence 's consequences for helping her, but instead she thinks about how he can help her. In conclusion, Juliet is responsible for the tragedy within Romeo and Juliet, by William Shakespeare with her egocentric personality and efforts to hide her marriage and
Since Juliet and Romeo are sworn enemies it is forbidden to date Romeo but Juliet thinks otherwise. Juliet has strong feelings for Romeo and pours her heart for him because she loves him dearly but yet is never going to see him. Juliet so in love with Romeo makes her think quickly when he reveals that he is in her courtyard trying to reach her. Juliet so in love and so confused makes a drastic decision to prove her love towards Romeo. “If that thy bent of love be honorable/Thy purpose marriage, send me word tomorrow”-Juliet (2.2.143-144).
The choices we make and the actions we take determine our future, but will the characters of Romeo and Juliet make the right ones? In the third act of Romeo and Juliet, the Nurse, who practically raised Juliet herself, sides against Juliet in an important argument with her parents and loses Juliet’s trust. Completely betraying
In Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare writes of a budding love between two adolescent lovers. However, their destiny is to never come together because of the enmity among their families. They deem it impossible to survive without one another, so they rob their mortal bodies on the souls that occupy them. The tragedy of their deaths brings the two noble homes together to unify for their children. Many people conclude that Friar Lawrence or the parents are at fault but in reality Friar Lawrence just does as Romeo and Juliet ask.
Romeo and Juliet is a Tracey play. It was written by William Shakespeare. After the meet each other they fall in love, but there families hate each other and they will do nothing to see each other. Romeo is to blame for their deaths. Romeo went to the party he did not want to go to go to the party.
After Juliet’s party, Romeo sneaks into the Capulets’ garden to be with Juliet. She says that because they are of rival families, they cannot openly love one another. In response to Juliet, Romeo declares, “Call me but love, and I’ll be new baptized. / Henceforth I never will be Romeo” (2.2.54-55). Romeo vows he loves Juliet with so much devotion that he would deny his name for her.
This supports that Tybalt is to blame because his death leads to a lot more events like the capulet finding out and being heartbroken, but Juliet is even more sad because Romeo has been punished to exile but her parents do not know that they are married. So to try and cheer up their daughter they try and marry her to another man to get her spirits
The Nurse should have said something to the family about Juliet being in love if she really cared about her. The Nurse always acted like she cared very much about Juliet, but if she had, she would have put a stop to her killing herself. The Friar married Romeo and Juliet and therefore should have told their parents about the marriage if he noticed they were having problems. The Friar was afraid of what the families might have done if they found out that he married them without their permission. Instead of thinking about others the Friar thought about himself.